Mildred Jewell Stephens
Sept 3 1946 - Feb 7 1993

This page was made in Memory of my Loving, Beautiful  Mother,
To this day it is still hard for me to express my feelings about my mom
or even type something about her, without crying,
I haven't added anything on here about her in years,
My mom loved all 4 of her daughters equally,
She never wanted any of us to leave home after we became
Adults, She was very protective of us, especially her baby Summer,
But I was always the one to come back home after moving out,
and was always welcomed back with open arms from Mom.
My Mom was just 46 when passed away from Cancer,
It was a curable type of Cancer, The reason was, she didn't go get checked in time,
the cancer had already spread to much,
the Doctors did surgery and removed most of it but just couldn't remove it all.
She had a tough fight, and she suffered horribly, in the last few
years she was in awful pain, even morphine didn't help the pain to go away,
I know she is not hurting anymore, and she is watching over me and my Sisters,
And one day I will see her again,
I Love You Mom,  and Miss You So Much !!!


My Mom is missed terribly by her family,
She is now in the company of her oldest Daughter Stephenie.

This is My Mom with her Girls L-R
Stacey, Sherene, Summer, Mom, Stephenie



I am going to share some pictures of my mom when she was young.
If she were here today she might whip me for doing this LOL





Mom with Her Mom and Dad


Mom and Dad on their Wedding Day May 22, 1965


Mom & Dad were Married May 22, 1965 They were happily married
until my mom passed away, Until they see one another again in Heaven


This is Mom with her Grandma & Aunt



Here is Mom with Chief Roberts of The Choctaw Nation.
Mom was always proud of her Heritage





She is Just away

I can not say,
and Will not say
That She is dead -
She is Just Away.
With a cheery smile,
And a wave of the hand,
She has wandered
into an unknown land,
And left us dreaming
How very fair
It needs must be
Since she lingers there,
So think of her faring on, as Dear
In the love of there
as the love of here;
Think of her still
as the same,  I say:
She is not dead-
She is Just Away

By: James Whitcomb Riley











If Roses grow in Heaven,

Lord please pick a bunch for me,

Place them in my Mother's arms

And tell her they're from me.

Tell her I love her and miss her,

And when she turns to smile,

Place a kiss upon her cheek

And hold her for awhile.

Because remembering her is easy,

I do it every day,

But there's an ache within my heart

That will never go away




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